Ellen Notbohm

Ellen Notbohm

Ellen Notbohm is an award-winning author and mother of sons with ADHD and autism. The book from which this is excerpted won a ForeWord’s Book of the Year Bronze Medal in psychology, and a Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Award. Ellen has been a columnist for Autism Asperger’s Digest since 2004, and contributes to publications, conferences, classrooms and websites worldwide, informing and delighting millions in more than 20 languages. Visit www.ellennotbohm.com.

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    For Children with Autism, Being Social Begins with Thinking Social

    We can be blunt with each other here. Kids with autism or Asperger’s frequently stand out as social oddballs. The heartbreak it causes, to the child and to the parent, stirs in many parents an intense need to fix that facet of their child. If social competence was a physiological function, we could throw medication, nutrition, exercise or physical … [Read more...]